STS-126 Space Shuttle Endeavour landing and turnaround at NASA AFRC /

STS-126 Space Shuttle Endeavour landing and turnaround at NASA AFRC / Dryden Flight Research Center

Dryden Flight of STS-126 Endeavor. Crew: CDR: Christopher Ferguson PLT: Eric Boe MS1: Donald “Don” Petitt MS2: Stephen “Steve” Bowen MS3: Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper MS4: Shane Kimbrough Departure: Expedition 18 MS5/FE: Sandra Magnus Landing: Expedition 17 MS5/ FE: Gregory “Greg” Chamitoff Highlights: • 32nd night launch • 27th mission to ISS (ISS ULF-2) • Equipment and supplies delivered using “Leonardo” MPLM • 4 EVA • Orbit Altitude: 222.22 legal miles • Orbits: 250 (orbit descended to 251 • Duration: 15D 20H 29M 30S • Traveled: 6.62 million legal miles • Shuttle landing within runway / asphalt / 12,000 feet runway to EDW only

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